In today’s guest post, singer-songwriter Emily Teague offers her tips for making it happen.
Most of my early childhood memories were musical ones. When I listened to music I would always imagine what the songs were about in my head. I had a keen sense of how music could convey feelings and I liked that too.
I think what most drew me was that I liked the idea that you could say something really personal without having to actually say it. You could communicate with people in a unique way. I liked the feeling of making something out of thin air too I think. My father used to call me the enigma, songwriting was a way of unveiling myself. Continue reading